For teachers who want to:

Support their own or other teachers’ professional growth by employing strategies for reflection and improvement planning

Identify and develop professional expertise in content and pedagogy through reflective analysis

Contribute to professional learning communities and foster continuous professional development







Module One

Part 1: Becoming a Reflective Professional

Utilize various strategies to reflect on teaching practice, assess the effectiveness of lessons and identify specific actions for improvement, reflect on learning to improve practice, and develop action plans for change and improvement.

Framework Alignment: Danielson 4A, Marzano 3.1,
EAQUALS Self Assessment and Teacher Autonomy

Part 2: Professional Growth Planning

Learn to identify professional needs and aspirations; engage in professional networks, conversations, and inquiry; support formal and informal growth planning.

Framework Alignment: Danielson 4E, Marzano 3.2,
EAQUALS Exploratory Teaching


 Module Two

Part 1: Building Teaching, Learning & Content Literacy

Explore content knowledge at various cognitive levels, essential prerequisite knowledge and its relationship to the content of the lesson, intra- and interdisciplinary connections, and how to address potential areas of misconception.

Framework Alignment: Danielson 1A, Marzano 1.3,
EAQUALS Teaching Methodology

Part 2: Professional Practice & Emotional Intelligence

Identify the conduct that demonstrates professionalism and learn to communicate the importance of professional behavior through the lens of emotional intelligence.

Framework Alignment: Danielson 4F, Marzano 4.3,
EAQUALS Professional Conduct 


Module Three

Part 1: Building Community Connections

Discover how to utilize various strategies to interact with, inform, and include parents in the school community; explore various ways to build links throughout the broader community, including professional learning networks.

Framework Alignment: Danielson 4C, Marzano 4.1,
EAQUALS Readiness to Adapt Teaching

Part 2: PLC Development in Practice

Understand the importance and structure of a Professional Learning Community (PLC); evaluate participation and encourage contribution to the professional community.

Framework Alignment: Danielson 4D, Marzano 4.1,
EAQUALS Collaborative Development



15 Hours Face-to-Face + 15 Hours Online

Join a cohort of teachers in the 3 Modules totaling 15 hours of facilitated professional learning workshops over the course of three full days.

Work alongside the same teachers following each module in 15 hours of study, reflection, and discussion in our online LMS around the concepts learned in class and Becoming a Reflective Teacher from Marzano Research.


Your copy of Becoming a Reflective Teacher is included FREE with your program registration (a 75 TL value).